10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «VOZNESENSKY»
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By 7 o'clock the auditorium was a log-jam of students, poets, actors, physicists
and mathematicians, elbow to elbow for an evening of poetry written and read by
a pale-faced man of 32 named Andrei Voznesensky. Voznesensky, like Evgeny ...
Columbia Dictionary of Modern European Literature
In the poem, Voznesensky suggests that the poets, traveling as they do, at a
reckless pace, are likely to come to a bad end. "To argue with a cop is a losing
proposition," he writes. "He can't appreciate your lyric speech. ... We were the first
Jean Albert Bédé, William Benbow Edgerton, 1980
The Facts on File Companion to World Poetry: 1900 to the Present
468 VOZNESENSKY, ANDREY Klyazma River. During World War II, while his
father was stationed in Leningrad during the blockade, Voznesensky stayed with
his mother in Kurgan, a town in the Ural Mountains just north of Khazakhstan.
Joseph Stalin: A Biographical Companion
After training as an economist at Moscow, Voznesensky had taught before
becoming one of the team of elite party intellectuals and bureaucrats gathered
together by Zhdanov as first secretary of the Communist Party in Leningrad. Here
Let History Judge: The Origins and Consequences of Stalinism
An anecdote by V. V. Kolotov, one of Nikolai Voznesensky's aides, is revealing:
Late one night I received a package from Beria addressed to Voznesensky. As
usual, I opened the package and took out a thick bundle of papers fastened ...
Roy A. Medvedev, George Shriver, 1989
Economics in Russia: Studies in Intellectual History
The theory of value has remained at the stage which it reached on its re-
admission five years ago (Zauberman, 1948, 3). The contribution made by
Voznesensky to the debate on value in his The War Economy of the USSR during
the Patriotic ...
Vincent Barnett, Joachim Zweynert, 2008
'Gosplan case' for Voznesensky, accusing him of losing certain secret
government documents and deliberately downgrading the industrial output plans
for several branches of heavy industry. However, it would be naive to think that
the murder ...
Zhores A. Medvedev, Roy Aleksandrovich Medvedev, 2003
Encyclopedia of World Poetry, 1900 to the Present, Second ...
2010) Russian poet Poet and mixedmedia artist Andrey Voznesensky was born
in Moscow on May 12, 1933, the same year that Yevgeny Yevtushenko was born.
Until Voznesensky's death in 2010, the two were generally considered the ...
The Constant Diplomat: Robert Ford in Moscow
them in a special account for him and gave them to him when it thought he
needed them. 11 Andrei Voznesensky was another Soviet intellectual often seen
as a dissident in the West. His poetry and plays were not anti-regime, but they did
Stalin: The Man and His Era
Voznesensky appeared to epitomize that professional intelligentsia which Stalin
proposed and did create to take place of the "bourgeois specialists" whom he
had destroyed. Trained as an economist, Voznesensky never held a purely Party
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «VOZNESENSKY»
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Technology is replacing school ties in companies' battle to keep …
He believed Nikolai Voznesensky to be completely reliable and promoted him to run the entire Soviet economy when still in his thirties. Voznesensky did indeed ... «City A.M., Jul 15»
Bank shelled in Kyiv center
UNIAN: A powerful blast hit the center of Ukraine's capital as the building of Ukrinbank on 10B Voznesensky Spusk was shelled, presumably from a mortar, ... «Ukraine Today, Jul 15»
Moscow's GUM Offers Shoppers Free Ice Cream on Thursday
8 Voznesensky Pereulok. Metro Pushkinskaya, Okhotny Ryad. 926-285-0877. At 7:30 p.m.. For a second go at free ice cream, head over to GUM on Thursday. «The Moscow Times, Jul 15»
Lawrence Ferlinghetti: 'Most of the poets were on something, but …
Ferlinghetti included Voznesensky in City Lights' anthology of Eastern European poets Red Cats (title courtesy of Ginsberg) and the conversation turns to his ... «The Guardian, Jul 15»
Putin's Wish to Rebuild Kremlin Monasteries Is Left Unfulfilled
"At the current stage, we have no more than 20 percent of the information needed for reliable reconstruction" of the Chudov and Voznesensky monasteries, ... «The Moscow Times, Jan 15»
Table 4. Associations between clinical variables and tumor yield on …
... Associated With Tumor Yield on Bone Biopsy in metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer. RR McKay; KA Zukotynski; L Werner; O Voznesensky; JS Wu; ... «Medscape, Dec 14»
Kremlin monasteries demolished in 1920s may be rebuilt
Russian President Vladimir Putin has proposed restoring the Chudov and Voznesensky monasteries, demolished on the territory of the Moscow Kremlin in ... «vestnik kavkaza, Jul 14»
On The Books: join the Beat Generation with Ferlinghetti's travel …
Along the way, he records his encounters with Pablo Neruda, Ezra Pound, Ernesto Cardenal, Yevgeny Yevtushenko and Andrei Voznesensky. On April 18th ... «Entertainment Weekly, Mar 14»
Chain of Fate: On Gaito Gazdanov's The Spectre of Alexander Wolf
Voznesensky is a drunkard and “something of a Don Juan,” who begins regaling our narrator with anecdotes of war and love. With a casual inevitability that ... «The Millions, Jan 14»
Orthodox clergy claim new Ruble sign like Christ's
“Take Lenin off the banknotes,” Kuraev wrote in his post, giving reference to the title of a 1967 poem by iconic Andrey Voznesensky, who rejected the Central ... «RT, Dec 13»